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Davis Instruments Davis Weatherlink For Alarm Output

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Manufacturer's Website   Description WeatherLink for Alarm Output can be incorporated in any Vantage Pro or Vantage Pro2 weather station. It monitors data from the display console or Envoy and the user settings configured via PC. Up to eight test conditions may be logically grouped together to dete...
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Manufacturer's Website   Description <strong>WeatherLink for Alarm Output</strong> can be incorporated in any<strong> Vantage Pro</strong> or <strong>Vantage Pro2</strong> weather station. It monitors data from the <strong>display console</strong> or <strong>Envoy</strong> and the user settings configured via PC. Up to eight test conditions may be logically grouped together to determine when to activate or deactivate any of four contact closures. <strong>Nine different logical test conditions</strong> are available. These may be used to control external systems, indicators, or equipment. Use your Vantage station to set up customized <strong>alarm recipes</strong> that, in turn,<strong> control four switches</strong>. For example, you can set an alarm that will switch only when the high wind speed is over 20 mph, the wind direction is between the south and west, and its between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. Includes WeatherLink software, alarm configuration tool, and data logger. Requires Windows XP and above with an available serial port.   Features <ul> <li>Transfer data to PC</li> <li>Data Logger</li> <li>Graph Data</li> <li>Post Data to Your Own Website</li> <li>Share Weather Data with CWOP, GLOBE or WU</li> </ul>   Specifications Nominal Load Voltage  28 V AC or 48 V DC, Maximum Peak Voltage ± 60 V, Maximum Load Current  ± 1.8 A, continuous Maximum at 77F (25C) Load Current derated to 0.7 A at 185F (85C) ON Resistance 0.12 Ohm, Maximum Note  Upon power up (powering the console or Envoy), the data logger will  briefly test all four outputs by closing the circuit (turning on the output). It is recommended that you disconnect any equipmentattached to the data logger outputs before rebooting the console or Envoy.

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Manufacturer's Website   Description WeatherLink for Alarm Output can be incorporated in any Vantage Pro or Vantage Pro2 weather station. It monitors data from the display console or Envoy and the user settings configured via PC. Up to eight test conditions may be logically grouped together to determine when to activate or deactivate any of four contact closures. Nine different logical test conditions are available. These may be used to control external systems, indicators, or equipment. Use your Vantage station to set up customized alarm recipes that, in turn, control four switches. For example, you can set an alarm that will switch only when the high wind speed is over 20 mph, the wind direction is between the south and west, and its between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. Includes WeatherLink software, alarm configuration tool, and data logger. Requires Windows XP and above with an available serial port.   Features
  • Transfer data to PC
  • Data Logger
  • Graph Data
  • Post Data to Your Own Website
  • Share Weather Data with CWOP, GLOBE or WU
  Specifications Nominal Load Voltage  28 V AC or 48 V DC, Maximum Peak Voltage ± 60 V, Maximum Load Current  ± 1.8 A, continuous Maximum at 77F (25C) Load Current derated to 0.7 A at 185F (85C) ON Resistance 0.12 Ohm, Maximum Note  Upon power up (powering the console or Envoy), the data logger will  briefly test all four outputs by closing the circuit (turning on the output). It is recommended that you disconnect any equipmentattached to the data logger outputs before rebooting the console or Envoy.
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Manufacturer's Website   Description WeatherLink for Alarm Output can be incorporated in any Vantage Pro or Vantage Pro2 weather station. It monitors data from the display console or Envoy and the user settings configured via PC. Up to eight test conditions may be logically grouped together to determine when to activate or deactivate any of four contact closures. Nine different logical test conditions are available. These may be used to control external systems, indicators, or equipment. Use your Vantage station to set up customized alarm recipes that, in turn, control four switches. For example, you can set an alarm that will switch only when the high wind speed is over 20 mph, the wind direction is between the south and west, and its between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. Includes WeatherLink software, alarm configuration tool, and data logger. Requires Windows XP and above with an available serial port.   Features
  • Transfer data to PC
  • Data Logger
  • Graph Data
  • Post Data to Your Own Website
  • Share Weather Data with CWOP, GLOBE or WU
  Specifications Nominal Load Voltage  28 V AC or 48 V DC, Maximum Peak Voltage ± 60 V, Maximum Load Current  ± 1.8 A, continuous Maximum at 77F (25C) Load Current derated to 0.7 A at 185F (85C) ON Resistance 0.12 Ohm, Maximum Note  Upon power up (powering the console or Envoy), the data logger will  briefly test all four outputs by closing the circuit (turning on the output). It is recommended that you disconnect any equipmentattached to the data logger outputs before rebooting the console or Envoy.

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